Transamerica Executive Chacara Santo Antonio
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... popcorn he had purchased in Sao Paul bus station - what a yank.
I revelled in the joy of finishing my book while G is still under 50% of the way through hers - or so her Kindle tells her. During the ride up to the coast I questioned everything I could see including some flags I didn't recognise, which turned out to be the flag for Sao Paulo state. It seems that every country has a flag, every state has a flag and every city has a flag. That is ...
... to report. Rob and Dave had a boys night out with Jay, a local Brazilian friend we met in Rio. We also took a trip to Rua Oscar Freire to have a stroll around the expensive shops! Of course Rob and I purchased more Havaianas :-) All set now for the 15 hour sleeper bus to Foz do Iguazu! Last bus trip for Dave and I, first of many for Rob! (if I never see a bus again it will be to ...
Another 6 hours coach ride brings us to Sao Paulo, the 3rd largest city in the world.(22 million inhabitants).These long coach rides sound a bit of a hardship but because of the diverse scenery and regular stops at surprisingly up-market service stations, so far, the time has passed quite quickly.
This post will be short because Sao Paulo was a dump! And we had to ...
... turned out to be perfect as we both liked PN, despite it apparently not having much to offer. We enjoyed being in a smaller Chilean town, especially with such a bleak Patagonian feel to it (see pictures). It is right on the edge of one of the many inlets of water that make up the far South of Chile, meaning it really is a port, with snowy mountains looming across the water and ferries leaving to weave their way slowly up to Puerto Montt. We had a cheeky cocktail in the ...
... when we drove there at 1:30 pm with no traffic...on the way home, it took an hour and a half, and I felt terrible because she had to drive an hour back towards the hotel just to get back home after she dropped me off. In the mornings, our commute isn't too bad, and in the evenings, I take a taxi, so we get to drive in a special lane, which is very convenient. On Monday, I was paying more attention to the buildings and the city on the drive home as opposed to ...
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